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Pierick, K.; Link, R.; Leuschner, C. & Homeier, J. (2022): Elevational trends of tree fine root traits in species-rich tropical Andean forests. Oikos x(x), x-x.
Báez, S.; Fadrique, B.; Feeley, K. & Homeier, J. (2022): Changes in tree functional composition across topographic gradients and through time in a tropical montane forest. PLOS ONE 17(4), e0263508.
Knoke, T.; Gosling, E.; Reith, E.; Gerique, A.; Pohle, P.; Valle-Carrión, L.A.; Ochoa Moreno, S.; Castro, L.M.; Calvas, B.; Hildebrandt, P.; Döllerer, M.; Bastit, F. & Paul, C. (2022): Confronting sustainable intensification with uncertainty and extreme values on smallholder tropical farms. Sustainability Science 0, 1-18.
Weigand, A.; Homeier, J.; Lehnert, M. & Kessler, M. (2022): Influence of increasing nutrient availability on fern and lycophyte diversity. American Fern Journal 112(1), 17-35.
Ostertag, R.; Restrepo, C.; Dalling, J.W.; Martin, P.H.; Abiem, I.; Aiba, S.; Alvarez-Dávila, E.; Aragón, R.; Ataroff, M.; Chapman, H.; Cueva, A.; Fadrique, B.; Fernández, R.D.; González, G.; Gotsch, S.G.; Häger, A.; Homeier, J.; Iñiguez-Armijos, C.; Llambi, L.D.; Moore, G.W.; Næsborg, R.R.; Poma López, L.N.; Vieira Pompeu, P.; Powell, J.R.; Ramírez Correa, J.A.; Scharnagl, K.; Tobón, C. & Williams, C.B. (2021): Litter decomposition rates across tropical montane and lowland forests are controlled foremost by climate. Biotropica 54(2), 309-326.
Muñoz, P.; Orellana-Alvear, J.; Bendix, J.; Feyen, J. & Celleri, R. (2021): Flood Early Warning Systems Using Machine Learning Techniques: The Case of the Tomebamba Catchment at the Southern Andes of Ecuador. Hydrology 8(4), -.
Wallis, C.; Tiede, Y.; Beck, E.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Brandl, R.; Donoso, D.A.; Espinosa, C.; Fries, A.; Homeier, J.; Inclan, D.; Leuschner, C.; Maraun, M.; Mikolajewski, K.; Neuschulz, E.L.; Scheu, S.; Schleuning, M.; Suárez, J.P.; Tinoco, B.A.; Farwig, N. & Bendix, J. (2021): Biodiversity and ecosystem functions depend on environmental conditions and resources rather than the geodiversity of a tropical biodiversity hotspot. Scientific Reports 11(1), 24530.
Fiedler, K. & Brehm, G. (2021): Aposematic Coloration of Moths Decreases Strongly along an Elevational Gradient in the Andes. Insects 12(10), -.
Cueva, A.; Manchego, C.; Bastidas, C. & Curto, M. (2021): Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for two subspecies of Handroanthus chrysanthus. Rodriguésia 72(e00722020), 6.
Vollstaedt, M.; Albrecht, J.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Hemp, C.; Howell, K.; Kettering, L.; Neu, A.; Neuschulz, E.; Quitian, M.; Santillan, V.; Töpfer, T.; Schleuning, M. & Fritz, S. (2020): Direct and plant-mediated effects of climate on bird diversity in tropical mountains. Ecology and Evolution 10(24), 14196-14208.
Dehling, D.; Bender, I.M.; Blendinger, P.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Munoz, M.; Neuschulz, E.; Quitian, M.; Saavedra, F.; Santillan, V.; Schleuning, M. & stouffer, D. (2021): Specialists and generalists fulfil important and complementary functional roles in ecological processes. Functional Ecology 35(8), 1810-1821.
Velescu, A.; Homeier, J.; Bendix, J.; Valarezo, C. & Wilcke, W. (2021): Response of water-bound fluxes of potassium, calcium, magnesium and sodium to nutrient additions in an Ecuadorian tropical montane forest. Forest Ecology and Management 501(119661), 1-14.
Dantas De Paula, M.; Forrest, M.; Langan, L.; Bendix, J.; Homeier, J.; Velescu, A.; Wilcke, W. & Hickler, T. (2021): Nutrient cycling drives plant community trait assembly and ecosystem functioning in a tropical mountain biodiversity hotspot. New Phytologist -(-), -.
Seibold, S.; Rammer, W.; Hothorn, T.; Seidl, R.; Ulyshen, M.D.; Lorz, J.; Cadotte, M.W.; Lindenmayer, D.B.; Adhikari, Y.P.; Aragón, R.; Bae, S.; Baldrian, P.; Barimani Varandi, H.; Barlow, J.; Bässler, C.; Beauchene, J.; Berenguer, E.; Bergamin, R.S.; Birkemoe, T.; Boros, G.; Brandl, R.; Brustel, H.; Burton, P.J.; Cakpo-Tossou, Y.T.; Castro, J.; Cateau, E.; Cobb, T.P.; Farwig, N.; Fernández, R.D.; Firn, J.; Gan, K.S.; González, G.; Gossner, M.M.; Habel, J.C.; Hébert, C.; Heibl, C.; Heikkala, O.; Hemp, A.; Hemp, C.; Hjältén, J.; Hotes, S.; Kouki, J.; Lachat, T.; Liu, J.; Liu, Y.; Luo, Y.; Macandog, D.M.; Martina, P.E.; Mukul, S.A.; Nachin, B.; Nisbet, K.; O’Halloran, J.; Oxbrough, A.; Pandey, J.N.; Pavlíček, T.; Pawson, S.M.; Rakotondranary, J.S.; Ramanamanjato, J.; Rossi, L.; Schmidl, J.; Schulze, M.; Seaton, S.; Stone, M.J.; Stork, N.E.; Suran, B.; Sverdrup-Thygeson, A.; Thorn, S.; Thyagarajan, G.; Wardlaw, T.J.; Weisser, W.; Yoon, S.; Zhang, N. & Müller, J. (2021): The contribution of insects to global forest deadwood decomposition. Nature 597(7874), 77-81.
Haug, I.; Setaro, S. & Suárez, J.P. (2021): Global AM fungi are dominating mycorrhizal communities in a tropical premontane dry forest in Laipuna, South Ecuador. Mycological Progress 20(6), 837-845.
Limberger, O.; Homeier, J.; Farwig, N.; Pucha-Cofrep, F.; Fries, A.; Leuschner, C.; Trachte, K. & Bendix, J. (2021): Classification of Tree Functional Types in a Megadiverse Tropical Mountain Forest from Leaf Optical Metrics and Functional Traits for Two Related Ecosystem Functions. Forests 12(5), 649.
Homeier, J.; Seeler, T.; Pierick, K. & Leuschner, C. (2021): Leaf trait variation in species-rich tropical Andean forests. Scientific Reports 11, 9993.
Urgilés, G.; Celleri, R.; Trachte, K.; Bendix, J. & Orellana-Alvear, J. (2021): Clustering of Rainfall Types Using Micro Rain Radar and LaserDisdrometer Observations in the Tropical Andes. Remote Sensing 13(5), 1-22.
Homeier, J. & Leuschner, C. (2021): Factors controlling the productivity of tropical Andean forests: climate and soil are more important than tree diversity. Biogeosciences 18(4), 1524-1541.
Turini, N.; Thies, B.; Horna, N. & Bendix, J. (2021): Random forest-based rainfall retrieval for Ecuador using GOES-16 and IMERG-V06 data. European Journal of Remote Sensing 54(1), 117-139.
Quiroz Dahik, C.; Crespo, P.; Stimm, B.; Mosandl, R.; Cueva Ortiz, J.L.; Hildebrandt, P. & Weber, M. (2021): Impacts of pine plantations on carbon stocks of páramo sites in southern Ecuador. Carbon Balance and Management 16(5), 15 pp.
Tiede, Y.; Hemp, C.; Schmidt, A.; Nauss, T.; Farwig, N. & Brandl, R. (2018): Beyond body size: consistent decrease of traits within orthopteran assemblages with elevation. Ecology 0(0), 1-13.
Astudillo Webster, P.X.; schabo, D.; Siddons, D. & Farwig, N. (2018): Patch-matrix movements of birds in the páramo landscape of the southern Andes of Ecuador. Emu - Austral Ornithology 67(2), 307-324.
Contreras, P.; Orellana-Alvear, J.; Muñoz, P.; Bendix, J. & Celleri, R. (2021): Influence of Random Forest Hyperparameterization on Short-Term Runoff Forecasting in an Andean Mountain Catchment. Atmosphere 12(2), 1-16.
Bendix, J.; Aguirre, N.; Beck, E.; Bräuning, A.; Brandl, R.; Breuer, L.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Dantas De Paula, M.; Hickler, T.; Homeier, J.; Inclan, D.; Leuschner, C.; Neuschulz, E.; Schleuning, M.; Suarez, J.P.; Trachte, K.; Wilcke, W. & Farwig, N. (2021): A research framework for projecting ecosystem change in highly diverse tropical mountain ecosystems. Oecologia 2021, 1-13.
Núñez, P.Á.; Silva, B.; Schulz, M.; Rollenbeck, R. & Bendix, J. (2021): Evapotranspiration estimates for two tropical mountain forest using high spatial resolution satellite data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 42(8), 2940--2962.
Landshuter, N.; Mölg, T.; Grießinger, J.; Bräuning, A.; Peters, T. & Institute of Geography, F.E.E.G. (2020): Characteristics of moisture source regions and their potential effect on seasonal isotopic signatures of d18O in tropical trees of southern Ecuador. Frontiers in Earth Science 8(604804), 1-22.
Pierick, K.; Leuschner, C. & Homeier, J. (2021): Topography as a factor driving small‐scale variation in tree fine root traits and root functional diversity in a species‐rich tropical montane forest. New Phytologist 230(1), 129-138.
Wilcke, W.; Velescu, A.; Leimer, S.; Blotevogel, S.; Alvarez Figueroa, P.A. & Valarezo, C. (2020): Total organic carbon concentrations in ecosystem solutions of a remote tropical montane forest respond to global environmental change. Global Change Biology 26, 6989–7005.
Carrillo-Rojas, G.; Schulz, H.M.; Orellana-Alvear, J.; Ochoa-Sánchez, A.; Trachte, K.; Celleri, R. & Bendix, J. (2020): Atmosphere-surface fluxes modeling for the high Andes: The case of páramo catchments of Ecuador. Science of The Total Environment 704, 135372.
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